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  • Mesa Musings: My thanks to editors for three years of columns

    Three years ago this week I became a weekly columnist for my hometown newspaper, the Daily Pilot. It was a dream come true. I'd recently retired after 37 years as director of community relations at Orange Coast College. I'd been an avid Pilot reader...
  • Commentary: Forum shows voters have a tough choice to make

    Commentary: Forum shows voters have a tough choice to make
    Last week a group of local journalists hosted the latest edition of the Feet to the Fire forum at the Costa Mesa Neighborhood Community Center for the three candidates remaining in the state Assembly race for the 74th District seat. More than 150...
  • From the Boathouse: Tax or not, boycott is wrong

    Ahoy! I remember when I started writing about the tidelands tax — the residents with docks on the bay were quiet. Oh, Mike Henn, it is a tax, but I agree with you on no boycott of the parade. I mentioned that once the commercial, marina and...
  • CdM's Maloney featured in Sports Illustrated's 'Faces In The Crowd'

    Tyler Maloney, a Corona del Mar High senior, will be featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces In The Crowd," section in the Dec. 24 issue of the magazine for his stellar play in hockey. Maloney, who also plays on the CdM baseball team, recorded his...
  • A Word, Please: Language evolution has a fail-safe

    Once upon a time there was a word that meant "a male or female child." One day, people started using it wrong. For some reason, they started using it to mean only a female child. Suddenly, a term that had long included males meant "definitely not male."...
  • DP 103 [Corrected]

    DP 103 [Corrected]
    1.) Jim Righeimer. Costa Mesa's mayor pro tem led an unapologetic charge to restructure the city with layoffs, pension reform and the creation of a proposed city charter, making him the target of organized labor and a hero of reform-minded conservatives...
  • Candidates to attend Feet to the Fire Forum

    Candidates to attend Feet to the Fire Forum
    A panel of journalists from various Orange County news outlets plan to interview candidates for Costa Mesa City Council at the fourth installment of the Feet to the Fire Forum series. Six of eight candidates for three open seats in November are...
  • Candidates' forum is Wednesday in Costa Mesa

    The fourth Feet to the Fire forum — this time with candidates for Costa Mesa City Council — will take place Wednesday evening. The ongoing series of panels features journalists from various Orange County news outlets interviewing candidates...
  • The Harbor Report: It's going to be a great weekend on the water

    The Harbor Report: It's going to be a great weekend on the water
    I cannot tell you how excited and nervous I am about this weekend's Championship Regatta at the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club. The event will be sailed in Harbor 20s, with the family division taking to the water Saturday and the championships division...
  • Wu: Writing for the Pilot is a dream

    My history with the Daily Pilot is a fond one. It started in 1990, in the midst of my junior year at UC Irvine. I was looking for another job and stumbled across an ad for someone to deliver the Daily Pilot throughout the Balboa Peninsula, starting at...
  • Newport-Mesa candidates to debate

    COSTA MESA — A panel of journalists representing Orange County news outlets, including the Daily Pilot, will question candidates for the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach city councils at a debate Thursday night. The event, billed as the Feet to the...
  • Debate tackles topics of the day

    COSTA MESA — Thursday night's Feet to the Fire Forum, a candidates' debate organized by Orange County media, began with an issue right out of recent headlines: Planning Commissioner Jim Righeimer's decision to get out of his car during a DUI...